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A wife's husband was killed by her sister. Everyone knew who killed him but she couldn't be charged. Why??

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1. They were twins??

2. She committed suicide after killing.

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A wife's husband was killed by her sister. Everyone knew who killed him but she couldn't be charged. Why??

Why can't she be charged?

Are you sure this is the perfect crime?

Maybe she does not receive the death penalty. Both go to prison. One for murder, one for accesory probably.

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A wife's husband was killed by her sister. Everyone knew who killed him but she couldn't be charged. Why??

I would think that if she killed him in a car accident in which she also died, then she could not be charged.

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Being charged is different than being punished, is it not? I'm sure she could be charged with murder. Whoever determines the punishment may have to be a little creative though.

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the sister and wife are siamese?

I believe they prefer the term "little people" ;)

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i'm not sure if she was an accessory or not. I depends whether she actually loved he husband or not...

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it seems pretty unlikely....idk my teacher told i t to me and i thought i'd put it on here

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I believe they prefer the term "little people" ;)

ok not to be an a** but ..... NO. I am not even going to go further with this.

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